In North Korea, the threat of desertification should be raised to the same level as nuclear nonproliferation. By Emanuel Pastreich
By Violeta Krasnic Twenty years after the end of the Bosnia-Herzegovina war, the overwhelmingly majority of women war crime survivors are yet to receive justice.
by Heath Mitchell The Kony 2012 campaign may have made a wanted criminal famous, but there has been little discussion about what kind of justice Joseph Kony should face.
Analysis on the various ways that both the Syrian government, and Syrian rebels are being supplied with arms provided by other nations. By Anya Barry Despite the widespread international denunciation of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, the government in Damascus continues to crack down on the country’s growing domestic opposition. “They...
Honduras has become a human rights disaster. The country now has the world’s highest murder rate. And impunity for political violence is the norm. For all this, the United States deserves a good deal of the blame.
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